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European Country's Time To Shine As Stocks Outperform After 10 Years

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The rout that slashed as much as $8.3 trillion off equity values has left one market relatively unscathed.

New Yorker Barred From Business For Stealing $3 Million

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A man holding himself out as an investment manager stole $1 million from three investors, the SEC says.

JP Morgan Strategist: Market Losses Not Over

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Traders probably have to get rid of another $100 billion in stocks in the next one to three weeks, he says.

Wall Street Jobs Jettisoned For Online, French Cooking, Music And Other Dreams

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Wall Street isn't as much fun as it used to be, while hours remain long and rigid, say some who are leaving finance jobs.

Investment Lessons From August's Market Mayhem

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September is the worst month for markets, historically, though compared to this August's turmoil an average 1.1 percent drop in the Standard & Poor's 500 Index seems tame.

U.S. Small Business Hiring Accelerates In August

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More employers reported they could not find qualified workers for open positions, indicating the labor market was tightening.

Employees Conflicted About Finances

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American workers are confident about short-term finances but are nervous about long-term planning, survey says.

eMoney CEO Resigns

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Edmond Walters, the founder and CEO of eMoney, has resigned, effective immediately.

Work-At-Home Scams: Less Obscure, More Dangerous

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With the rise of the Internet, work-at-home scams have morphed from false promises of easy money to real threats of jail time.

Foreigners Flee Japan Stocks At Fastest Pace Since At Least 2004

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Foreigners last week sold a net 1.85 trillion yen ($15.4 billion) of Japanese stocks and equity index futures, the biggest combined outflow since Mizuho began tracking the data more than a decade ago.

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